Winter is coming. And in the crypto space, we're exciting an event organized by Dappstats, and the makers of the Halloween Event. I'm overwhelmed with the activity of the crypto community there. The game is burning, the sponsors are coming in, and the prizes are growing.
Already the Halloween Event was the most successful Crypto Community Event I've ever seen. But with the Christmas Event, they're rocking the show. Organizers, and the community. Today I couldn't catch up missed 1500 messages. We already have token prizes from Dappstats, yeah, and Virtual Hash, Chocolate, Halo, Friendster, Santa, CCGX, DTLS, RaptorXchange, … TronHorses! Winna Winna, Horse, … No, wait… TronSecure, Boss Gaming, Play Royal, …
…, and also new sponsors joined with prizes: AMB Crypto, Tron ATM, and Splinterlands. Yes, Splinterlands. A lot is going on, if you didn't take a look into it until now, it's not late! We're still pre-December. I can't even imagine how next month will be there. Jesus.
And while we're super happy on one side, we see fear, uncertainty, and doubt (FUD) from Arti Intel about Pyra on his YouTube channel.
People instantly came back to me to see what's going on because I wrote the Pyra Review a few days ago, which achieved a very high score. Nothing changed until now; I'm still doing divs while relaxing, as I stated. If you watch the vid, you see that the title is a bit of a clickbait. People just read the title and see "oh, Pyra exit scam."
It's as always just a community story, where people feel disadvantaged if they support a project. Happens a lot out there, people from all around the world coming together, building teams, without knowing each other. Most of the time, it's a great experience, and sometimes you see such stuff. I'm just not happy with the fact that people throw the scam accusation for just everything that has nothing to do with it.
Let's get back to what matters most, and where to join the great content:
Have a beautiful day; thanks for your attention.